The song‘s music video was directed by Jonathon Glazer, who has previously directed iconic promos like Radiohead's "Karma Police
." It features White and Mosshart firing automatic weapons at each other. White told MTV News about the clip: "Jonathan Glazer met with blondie over here, and I think she told him that we wanted to walk and we wanted to fire machine guns, and for the rest of it to be his idea," he said, referring to Mosshart. "The location was the best part, it ended up being the childhood home of Captain Beefheart - Lancaster, California - and Frank Zappa, they're both from that small town. So it was great to have an excuse to finally go there. We actually went to his home and left a little present there, it was really nice. It was where he grew up. A family of about 20 people live there now... they came out and wondered what we were doing on their front lawn."
Mosshart added: "We were in this strange patch of land that was by row housing and a women's prison. So we had to call the women's prison every morning and tell them we were going to start firing guns so they didn't think bad things were happening."